There still isn't much going on right now.
Isn't that sad?
Isn't that sad?
Yes. It's very sad. :(
Geoff sings bass
Daily mobile browsing~
I browse sites that have minimum advertising
Locklin on science
Why everyone should learn the slide rule
Working Wednesday ~ check your finances!
Fried Food Friday?
" Despite their recent accolades, La Maison d’Isabelle hasn’t raised the prices of their award-winning baked goods. The legendary croissants are still just €1 each, making it easy for just about anyone to fit into their budget. "
Finally got that jump in, link, cancel combo.
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Of course, no matter how hard I tried, there was a lot of food – street food especially – that I wanted to but didn’t get a chance to eat. I did however eat fresh fruit from the street-side markets at every opportunity, which at a flat 20 baht per bag (unless you’re in the touristy areas) would be a bargain, even if it weren’t some of the best and freshest fruit I’ve ever had. The pineapples were of course a favourite, but I also discovered a love for papaya, as well as green mango dipped in chilli and salt. Another thing I ate constantly was mango sticky rice, and found to my surprise that I really loved durian, after trying the durian variation. Unfortunately I only managed to get the fresh stuff once but hey, it’s better than nothing right? Anyway, to wrap things up: if it isn’t clear by now, Bangkok really is an absolute mecca for cheap, amazing food at every street corner. We ate so much good food, many of it at a price-point low enough to rival what you find under couch cushions. Go ahead and shell out on good accommodation or something, because I can guarantee that you’ll eat like royalty for less money than you can possibly imagine.
Cheesy & Crunchy Potato balls in sauce
Singapore Street Snacks
Lune Croissanterie, Darlinghurst
The Sydney debut of Melbourne’s famed Lune Croissanterie has been a long time coming – but just last week, owner Kate Reid officially confirmed when it’ll be opening, and where we’ll find it. Lune Sydney will launch in Oxford & Foley, a new development on Oxford Street in Darlinghurst. Like its counterparts in Melbourne and Brisbane, Lune’s first Sydney venue will have a climate-controlled glass cube in which its bakers will exactingly create its pastries. Sydney customers can also expect outdoor seating, an iteration of Lune Lab – a degustation-style experience – and some Sydney-specific design touches. It’s slated to open in mid-2023.
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The sound of good bye
Than any drum beat
Quote~ The Death and Life of Helicopter Commuting in NYC
Fifty years ago, a helicopter company called New York Airways whisked passengers from the rooftop of the iconic Pan Am Building in midtown Manhattan to any city airport in just 10 minutes. A fatal accident in 1977 brought that era to an end.
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FA-50 light fighter aircraft is sweet.